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  1. #1759

    Hot Wire

    Atlanta is tougher than other cities because there are fewer non HOT DEALs listed. But here is an example where the stats of the deal exactly match the Omni. You can take the deal and get the Omni for sure.

    Often it will show miles from search and number of Expedia reviews which is even more exact match.Once it said here is a pic of the actual hotel room. Usually u can't tell one from the other. In the pic tho the TV had a Hilton welcome screen. Duh and sure enough I got the Hilton. LOL.
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  2. #1758

    Language issues

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis2008  [View Original Post]
    Luminous. The biggest pain in traveling was coming back through American customs. I hated that and being questioned up and down.

    Best thing I did was get a Global Entry card which is a $100 and includes TSA precheck. Typically now, I rush through customs, half the time it is less than a minute and all the time is less than five minutes, and all that 3rd degree bullshit is now gone.

    I am in Cancun now with my novia, and I got through customs here in one minute. So flying abroad which was such a big deal is not now. You may want to go with a wingman if you are nervous a first time but with google translate on your phone and global entry, hunting for pussy in the Latin America is easier now than it has ever been.

    Everyone is afraid of crime but if you stay in the US based hotel chains, it feels the same as the USA and you are 100 X more likely to get ripped off by an American wench that robbed here.
    How big is language an issue? I can probable work around hotels and restaurants, but what about the girls.

  3. #1757

    Not an issue

    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    It's hard to say where we are at with foreclosures. Many homeowners were able to use COVID hardship forbearance plans to pause payments during the COVID crisis. There are more nonpaying mortgages than anytime since the Great Crash. Of course, that would be expected.

    I agree markets can stay irrational a long time. As they say in stock investing, "Don't fight the Fed. " The Feds prop up the housing market as the USA Financial system is to a large degree dependent on the housing market.
    Just like in 2005, foreclosures are not an issue because we have a booming market. Anyone who can't afford a mortgage can just sell their homes for a profit. The people who overpaid a decade ago have already been washes out.

  4. #1756

    Sa, lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Luminous  [View Original Post]
    I have been trying SA in US for the past few weeks and I have to say it's a nightmare so far.

    Chicks that look terrible somehow feel they are worth 400-500 because one time someone payed them that much. I have had some of them ask for 800.

    Any tips / tricks you guys can share to make the experience better?
    I got memberships for both SA and AfroIntroductions about 3 months ago, around the same time. My residence is in the midwest. I started looking at prospects in my area compared to funding a few trips to Tanzania (TZ) where covid restrictions are / were light and ebony squeeze could be had for a song. I'm wrapping up my 2nd trip to TZ presently and what a joy it has been. Dating in America? Lmao, agreed, a bad nightmare.

  5. #1755

    One other tip

    Luminous. The biggest pain in traveling was coming back through American customs. I hated that and being questioned up and down.

    Best thing I did was get a Global Entry card which is a $100 and includes TSA precheck. Typically now, I rush through customs, half the time it is less than a minute and all the time is less than five minutes, and all that 3rd degree bullshit is now gone.

    I am in Cancun now with my novia, and I got through customs here in one minute. So flying abroad which was such a big deal is not now. You may want to go with a wingman if you are nervous a first time but with google translate on your phone and global entry, hunting for pussy in the Latin America is easier now than it has ever been.

    Everyone is afraid of crime but if you stay in the US based hotel chains, it feels the same as the USA and you are 100 X more likely to get ripped off by an American wench that robbed here.

  6. #1754
    Quote Originally Posted by Luminous  [View Original Post]
    Any tips / tricks you guys can share to make the experience better?
    Yeah, grab a passport and get the hell out of the USA sex prison.

    Sorry, if that is obvious, but I cannot support these selfish American wenches.

    I went to a strip club in my area for the first time in forever. This past year, I was in Tijuana at Hong Kong doing a 10 on a bed for $100. At La Isla in Medellin, it was $80 again in a decent room with a bed. These Cuban wenches, maybe a 7 and a 8, wanted $400 a piece to have sex on a crummy fake leather covered stall, and they would not go down which told me guys are paying it. I passed.

  7. #1753
    Quote Originally Posted by Luminous  [View Original Post]
    Yes, the housing is on fire but I don't see evidence of large amount of foreclosures happening. Foreclosures happen all the time at a normal rate, but I don't see data that supports anything close to 2008. The banks have been very tight with their lending standards so most of the people that own houses will not end up in foreclosure. Some will, most won't. Recessions always come from places you don't expect them too.

    And if the housing prices do go down. There are millions of investors waiting on the sidelines with billions of dollars to pounce on these deals so I don't see a significant price correction from current levels.

    Even if you believe housing prices are crazy. Just remember this. Markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent.
    It's hard to say where we are at with foreclosures. Many homeowners were able to use COVID hardship forbearance plans to pause payments during the COVID crisis. There are more nonpaying mortgages than anytime since the Great Crash. Of course, that would be expected.

    I agree markets can stay irrational a long time. As they say in stock investing, "Don't fight the Fed. " The Feds prop up the housing market as the USA Financial system is to a large degree dependent on the housing market.

  8. #1752

    SA Woes

    I have been trying SA in US for the past few weeks and I have to say it's a nightmare so far. I saw a report from Steve where he had great luck. But my experience so far has not been good.

    Chicks that look terrible somehow feel they are worth 400-500 because one time someone payed them that much. I have had some of them ask for 800. Can have a date with them once or twice at 400-500 but seems too high for a regular basis. I feel most of the chicks ready some BS article online about how much SB's are getting paid and expect the same amount forgetting you have to factor in how you look and other variables.

    Had this one chick who wanted money just for talking because apparently she has a friend with a SD in upstate New York that has never seen her but sends her money week. So not this one is trying to find one like that too.

    Then there are ones that are just trying to get a feel but haven't made up their mind. Waste of time.

    Any tips / tricks you guys can share to make the experience better?

  9. #1751

    Housing

    Yes, the housing is on fire but I don't see evidence of large amount of foreclosures happening. Foreclosures happen all the time at a normal rate, but I don't see data that supports anything close to 2008. The banks have been very tight with their lending standards so most of the people that own houses will not end up in foreclosure. Some will, most won't. Recessions always come from places you don't expect them too.

    And if the housing prices do go down. There are millions of investors waiting on the sidelines with billions of dollars to pounce on these deals so I don't see a significant price correction from current levels.

    Even if you believe housing prices are crazy. Just remember this. Markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent.

    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    Yes Elvis, the USA Housing market is fucked up. The Fed's pumping in cheap money available to qualified borrowers who drive up prices. There are supposedly a load of foreclosures and evictions being forestalled. I'm not trying to make this a political point, but I would say it's a K shaped recovery so far. I don't know how it will all shake out, but I am optimistic we get through this quickly.

  10. #1750

    City

    Do it for Atlanta. I am curious how it works.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve9696  [View Original Post]
    Yes I mean using the zone to reduce the candidates. But then star rating, traveler rating, and distance from search (not always shown) give the fingerprint. Usually the first two are sufficient. Give me any city and I will do an example.

  11. #1749

    Yes Zone Plus

    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    I'm not sure I follow. How do you shrink the map area to ensure uniqueness?. I thought Hotwire has designated zones in cities. I also find that in tourist or downtown areas there are a lot of similar hotels.

    I apply other tricks. I usually get what I want by reading betterbidding.com and other sites. It takes a few minutes of studying the rating and the amenities. Based on this, Betterbidding has an idea which hotels are actively filling rooms via Hotwire. If you are lucky, someone will have posted that they got this incredible deal this morning and they will describe the Hotwire listing. These can be deals when a hotel is trying to fill up closer to the date. They might only last a morning or afternoon.

    Car rentals will be a pain in the ass until car rental companies build back their pre-COVID inventories.
    Yes I mean using the zone to reduce the candidates. But then star rating, traveler rating, and distance from search (not always shown) give the fingerprint. Usually the first two are sufficient. Give me any city and I will do an example.

  12. #1748
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve9696  [View Original Post]
    I musta saved $1000 this year with this little known back door. You go on Hotwire and look at the deals. Note closely how many stars including half stars. Note the rating like 4. 3 or 4. 4 or whatever. Note also the distance from location.

    These things are like a little digital finger print. Then scan down the page and find the hotel that matches that digital fingerprint. You may have to limit your search to a smaller area using the map to ensure uniqueness. But I've saved a ton off high end props like Westin Hilton and Hyatt using this little trick. I 100% get the hotel I expected and save between $40 and $100 a night.
    I'm not sure I follow. How do you shrink the map area to ensure uniqueness?. I thought Hotwire has designated zones in cities. I also find that in tourist or downtown areas there are a lot of similar hotels.

    I apply other tricks. I usually get what I want by reading betterbidding.com and other sites. It takes a few minutes of studying the rating and the amenities. Based on this, Betterbidding has an idea which hotels are actively filling rooms via Hotwire. If you are lucky, someone will have posted that they got this incredible deal this morning and they will describe the Hotwire listing. These can be deals when a hotel is trying to fill up closer to the date. They might only last a morning or afternoon.

    Car rentals will be a pain in the ass until car rental companies build back their pre-COVID inventories.

  13. #1747

    Not A Hotel. The Hotel.

    Quote Originally Posted by LeoBawBaw  [View Original Post]
    +1 I too vouch for Hotwire, its super neat. They'll provide you with the 'potential hotel' you'll get once you pay (they are classified by the number of starts like Steve wrote), once you do no matter which hotel you got the payment is not refundable- keep that in mind. Overall great way of saving money.
    I just want to be clear. I'm not talking about getting one of a few potential hotels like traditional Hotwire. I'm talking about getting an exact SPECIFIC hotel at a high discount using the method I gave below. For example give me a city and I will tell you exactly WHICH 3 star hotel you will get for $149 for example. It's worked every time and in different cities. I think they know this loophole exists but don't talk about it.

  14. #1746
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve9696  [View Original Post]
    I musta saved $1000 this year with this little known back door. You go on Hotwire and look at the deals. Note closely how many stars including half stars. Note the rating like 4. 3 or 4. 4 or whatever. Note also the distance from location.
    +1 I too vouch for Hotwire, its super neat. They'll provide you with the 'potential hotel' you'll get once you pay (they are classified by the number of starts like Steve wrote), once you do no matter which hotel you got the payment is not refundable- keep that in mind. Overall great way of saving money.

  15. #1745

    Hot Hotel Tip

    Quote Originally Posted by DramaFree11  [View Original Post]
    Yep, I know I have to lower my standards in SA, compared to MTY,(banging models in MTY. Hopefully I can get a reliable 6 or 7 in SA), but I can hold out. As you know killing in MTY.

    You are so correct about lodging, I could not believe how crazy expensive it has gotten the states. I was wrong, I thought prices would go down, but it totally going the other way. You forgot to mention car rentals, they have doubled is price or more, totally insane.
    I musta saved $1000 this year with this little known back door. You go on Hotwire and look at the deals. Note closely how many stars including half stars. Note the rating like 4. 3 or 4. 4 or whatever. Note also the distance from location.

    These things are like a little digital finger print. Then scan down the page and find the hotel that matches that digital fingerprint. You may have to limit your search to a smaller area using the map to ensure uniqueness. But I've saved a ton off high end props like Westin Hilton and Hyatt using this little trick. I 100% get the hotel I expected and save between $40 and $100 a night.

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